Tag Archives: The City

For Her By Her: A Subscription Box Made for and by Women

Pictured: For Her by Her box with products from Axiom Lux. You’ve heard of Dollar Shave Club, Manscaped, Hims and Harry’s. Those names are associated with subscription boxes which provide an easy way for men to experience and obtain the products they need, when they need it, without ever going to the store. But similar

Paws and Whiskers’ Black Cat Strut goes virtual

Paws and Whiskers’ annual Black Cat Strut event is moving online this year. The yearly fundraiser has been transformed into a Virtual 5k, giving participants the freedom to choose when and where they run any time between Sunday, October 25 and Saturday, October 31. When runners are done, they will post a triumphant picture of

Nuestra Gente Renovates Historic Church for Old South End Food Pantry

Photos by Kelli Miller If you haven’t heard of Nuestra Gente Community Projects, Inc. from the organization’s annual Barrio Latino Art Festival or its Spanish-language WVZC radio station, you might know it from the charitable work they do for the Old South End. Linda Parra, the founder and president of Nuestra Gente, is a whirlwind

Back Forty Catering: Nick Mancy strikes out on his own

In 2016, the catering arm of Shorty’s True American Roadhouse began to branch out on its own. A part of the Mancy’s family of restaurants, the newly dubbed Shorty’s Back Forty Catering took up residence at the former Star Bar and Grille on Monroe St. Over the course of four years, the business has grown